Digital migration challenging in Africa

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organization (CTO), Dr.

Digital migration to drive African progress

As the African continent moves towards embracing a digital future and governments debate the challenges of the migration, a wonderful opportunity is unfolding for our continent.By selecting the best possible technology available, it will drive Africa’s technological progress and development, clai

Switchover to the Digital Dividend - The European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new IRIS plus report

On Friday 17 December 2010, European Commission Vice-President for the Digital Agenda, Neelie Kroes urged the EU's Council of Telecoms Ministers to boost Internet access in Europe by agreeing to the Commission's September proposal to make spectrum available for wireless broadband by 2013.

Kenya: Communications Commission Seeks More Signal Supply Firms

The government is searching for two more digital television signal distributors in its renewed effort to speed up migration from analogue to digital broadcast ahead of Kenya's 2012 switchover deadline."As part of the wider government objective of ensuring a smooth transition from analogue to digi

Uganda: Switching to Digital TV Will Favour Local Productions

Interiew with Charles Hamya, the long-serving General Manager of Multichoice Uganda, provider of satellite digital TV. 

Africa's digital migration examined

Over 100 broadcasting experts and ICT leaders will be congregating at the Southern Sun Grayston Hotel in Johannesburg from 1 to 3 February, to discuss and deliberate on the progress made in the switchover from analogue to digital broadcasting in Africa. Organised by the London-based Commonwealth

Ghana’s digital migration and E-governance makes Progress…!

Ghana’s Communications Ministry has been embarking on a program called the Digital Migration Process to change radio and television broadcasting services in the country from analogue to digital. Speaking on Joy FM’s Super Morning Show, minister of communication Haruna Iddrisu said that the migrat